The Acosta children struggle to navigate daily life after their parents are suddenly deported to Mexico.
A fearful Valentina struggles to sleep at night after the recent loss of her parents. This takes a toll on Beto, who is left to comfort her. Val turns to religion in the hopes of getting her parents back while Lucia denounces that same religion, believing it is only harming her younger sister. Meanwhile, Emilio tries to do right by his father by dismissing Oscar of certain duties, which only offends Oscar and leaves Emilio to run the restaurant on his own.
Emilio discovers that his father was being taken advantage of by the owner of a restaurant across the street and tries to make a decision himself. Beto lives with the frustration over Emilio’s new relationship, while Lucia attempts to help her new friend Matthew get a job, learning in the process that he hasn’t renewed his DACA status.
Emilio tries to take the business to the next level by catering a private event. However, things go south when the client expects the caterers to dress up and behave a certain way. Emilio does everything he can to appease her but draws a line when Beto gets yelled at by the guest of honor.
When Rafa ends up in the hospital, the family comes together to care for him. But their situation worsens when a social worker shows up to check in on them in light of recent events.